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invigilate

verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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The District Chief Executive for Sunyani West, Mr Martin Obeng, appealed to invigilators not to scare the candidates during the examinations.
One said: "In a school I worked at, kids took them into the exam hall and invigilators turned a blind eye or were incompetent.
'The invigilator became curious and asked him few questions; but not satisfied with answers he put them together for verification.
Anjanette was one of the few students selected to be the exam invigilator at the special test event.
They demanded of the government to take notice of violation of merit in appointment of exam invigilators.
"The functions to manage exams for students with additional needs, particularly being able to add information so the system can allocate an appropriate room and invigilator and add extra time, automatically, while scheduling the main exam sitting being able to set up quite subtle roles and suitabilities for invigilators, to make sure we get the right mix of people supervising each exam session.
DOHA BRITISH Council invigilators conducted the Young Learners Examination for The Next Generation Kindergarten and Primary School (TNG) students on Saturday.
He cautioned pupils to adopt good behaviour, display discipline, respect to invigilators and avoid cheating in examinations.
Judge Melbourne Inman QC said: "You were employed for seven years at Aston University and rose to a position of trust as an examinations officer which involved responsibility for the provision of invigilators.
Over 11,000 invigilators will supervise exams at government and private schools.
AN INVESTIGATION by official invigilators Deloitte & Touche was launched last Friday after unusual betting patterns developed for a virtual horserace at Sprint Valley, writes Gordon Brown.
People say that invigilators are arrogant, rude and deliberately fail candidates.